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KISSIMMEE — David Groover, formerly principal of Partin Settlement Elementary School, must serve a year in prison following his guilty plea and sentencing Monday for dealing drugs, court records show. The once widely popular educator admitted to...
A UCF instructor who was placed on administrative leave last month while the university investigated a comment he made to students about a "killing spree" has been cleared to teach again. A university spokesman said this morning that Hyung-il Jung, a...
EVENTS HIPSTORIC 3RD FRIDAY: with vendors, book giveaways and walking tour: 5-8 p.m. today; Downtown St. Cloud, Pennsylvania Avenue, St. Cloud; free. BARCAMP ORLANDO: informal presentations on tech and creativity: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday; Wall...
The tumblers and aerialists fly high in Cirque du Soleil's touring show "Quidam," stopping through the weekend at the UCF Arena. So does the imagination, which soars in this thrilling show through costumes, imagery, light and sound. Cirque du Soleil...
Tags: Music, Cirque du Soleil, Orlando, Entertainment, Downtown Disney
On Friday, 36 students from the University of Central Florida's College of Medicine's charter class will graduate. All had full scholarships funded by local businesses, foundations and individuals. This outstanding accomplishment was the brainchild of...
StatewideThe board and membership of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy today welcome Maggie Gunther Osborn as the new president of the organization. "We are very excited by Maggie Osborn's energy and experience and her commitment to strengthening the...
It is their way of remembering, of keeping their son's legacy alive. In what has become an annual rite of spring, Buzz and Madeline Smith made their way to the guidance office of Taravella High in Coral Springs last month. For a few hours, they...
Colleges and universities statewide are eager to see whether Gov. Rick Scott will veto the 3 percent tuition increase that the Florida Legislature approved recently. In a radio interview on Friday, Scott reiterated his concerns about rising college...
Tags: Radio, Gainesville, Tampa, Government, Orlando
A fiery redhead who served as assistant police chief in Eustis and a hospital administrator, Vicki L. Wade Rodgers was always a fighter. She bravely moved up the police ranks during an era where policewomen were rare, remembered her daughter, Tara...
Despite a national shortage of priests, the Diocese of Palm Beach is about to ordain four men into the Catholic brotherhood, a record high for the past five years. On Saturday, the men will prostrate themselves on the altar of St. Ignatius Loyola...
Collaborations between UCF and companies in greater Orlando are a model for the rest of the United States, former President Bill Clinton told about 1,600 graduates and their guests at a commencement address this afternoon. Calling himself "UCF's most...
Orlando SentinelTo the roar of cheering graduates, former president Bill Clinton received on honorary doctorate degree from University of Central Florida president Dr. John Hitt during the commencement ceremony for the College of Health and Public Affairs and the College...
Tags: John Hitt, Bill Clinton, Orlando
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